CFX’s “Mask of the Month for October” Beetlejuice Sold Fast

by on Oct.12, 2011, under Syndicated from the Web

Reposted from Rotting Flesh Radio | Go to Original Post

CFX's Mask of the Month for October

CFX's Mask of the Month for October

A good friend of ours at Rotting Flesh Radio makes some of the best silicone masks you will find within the Haunt Industry! Composite Effects has made their mark in the Halloween and Haunt Industry with top notch quality silicone masks. And each month they offer a hidden gem in the Mask of the Month.

The Mask of the Month is the CFX Team’s way of offering a limited ONE UP, ONE OF A KIND silicone masks. Each month they are different and the first person to snatch one up gets that one of a kind piece. From the Joker, to Darth Maul, they have explored many unique Masks of the Month.

For October, they decided to go in the direction of a fan favorite 80s classic…BEETLEJUICE! And as much as we are excited to let you know about it, it has already been sold.

So one lucky Haunter out there will be able to done the ghoul’s face that Keaton brought to life in Tim Burton’s classic. And even though you missed this chance, look at the detail, the care and the movie quality of the mask!

Let this remind you to keep looking for the Mask of the Month and keep an eye on November’s right around the corner. And if you still need a mask for the Haunt Season right now, check out all their current inventory that we are sure you will encounter at a variety of haunts this Halloween.

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